November 20, 2014
Our children’s health and welfare is our responsibility. As countries across the globe are celebrating Universal Children’s Day and recommitting to improve the welfare of kids everywhere, I can’t help but wonder if we’re doing enough to protect our kids here at home.Today’s children have...
November 19, 2014
If you ever need a very short, fun video to explain just why coal is dirty, dangerous, and outdated - we've got one for you. Check out our new video - "The Dangers of Coal, for Fifth Graders -- and Congress Members -- in under 2 minutes.""Though this video pokes some fun, we know that coal is a...
November 19, 2014
The opportunity to power a car with sunshine just got a little brighter -- and cheaper. This week, the solar installer SunPower, the auto manufacturer Ford, and the environmental group Sierra Club where I work announced a new partnership to make it more appealing for consumers to literally go...
Protect America's Arctic Ocean from gas and oil drilling once and for all!
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November 15, 2014
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Kat Taylor, CEO and co-founder of One Pacific Coast Bank, joins us to talk about how your money can align with your values. Kate Galbraith, co-author of The Great Texas Wind Rush: How George Bush, Ann Richards, and a Bunch of Tinkerers Helped the Oil and Gas State...
It's a farewell to arms for California sea stars.
The engine sound is more of a whine than a roar, and there are no clouds of black smoke, but the new all-electric Odyssey Battery Bigfoot No. 20 is all monster truck.
Vines were once just something that Tarzan swung on through the jungle. Then they got ambition. Now they're on the move, threatening to take over the world.
The weather had just cleared after monster storms in the Tetons. I went with some other experienced backcountry skiers to check conditions at a steep couloir called Double Dog Leg. There'd been an avalanche nearby the day before, but on a different aspect. We decided to give it a try.
Citizen scientists forgo the slopes to search for scat.
Invading the Privacy of the People Who Make the Club Tick
Move over, Glacier Bay. Hold on a sec, Yosemite. If you want to know what really motivated John Muir to protect America's wild places, you've got to go back to "that glorious Wisconsin wilderness" of the Sierra Club founder's boyhood.
A graphic look at where coal use has increased and decreased since 1965.